Federal judge rules EPA overstepped authority trying to regulate water as pollutant in Virginia

A federal judge has ruled that the Environmental Protection agency exceeded its authority by attempting to regulate stormwater runoff into a Fairfax County creek as a pollutant.

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Obama’s embrace of ‘theater’ on ISIS helps struggling DemsComments Off

The president’s new more resolute persona on national security crises hits the road and the strategy seems to be being paying off for Democrats in midterm election contests.

Census report: US poverty rate dips, slightly, for first time in 7 yearsComments Off

The U.S. poverty rate has decreased for the first time in seven years.

Joint Chiefs chairman opens door to US boots on ground in ISIS fightComments Off

The top U.S. military leader opened the door Tuesday to U.S. troops on the ground in the fight against the Islamic State, testifying before Congress that he could recommend “U.S. military ground forces” if the international coalition being formed proves ineffective against the terror group. 

Carter grandson keeps distance from family legacy in tight race for Georgia governorComments Off

More than four decades after Jimmy Carter served as governor, his grandson is making a play to restore the family at the helm of the Georgia state capital — in no small part by distancing himself from his controversial granddad.

Border surge a boon for charities receiving federal grantsComments Off

Florida nonprofits have taken in more than 3,000 unaccompanied minors from Central America who illegally crossed the southern border, but those organizations are being paid handsomely by taxpayers for their charity.

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